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@WFSUnews misrepresents #LoveFL’s exoneration compensation

Lawmakers Hope To Ease Compensation Process For Wrongfully Incarcerated Florida is one of 30 states that automatically compensates those who are wrongfully incarcerated. But Florida’s eligibility requirements mean not all exonerees get paid out once they’re freed. That’s because of … Continue reading

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Albert Woodfox to be freed!

Federal Judge Orders Angola 3’s Albert Woodfox Unconditionally Released After 43 Years in Solitary Confinement | Solitary Watch June 8, 2015 by Jean Casella and James Ridgeway This afternoon, a federal judge in Louisiana issued an unconditional writ of habeas … Continue reading

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Hey #InnocenceIndustry: Remember Debra Baker, DAMMIT.

How Ken Anderson was released after only five days in jail | http://www.statesman.com Former prosecutor [and district court judge] Ken Anderson was released from jail today after serving just half of his 10-day sentence for contempt of court in connection … Continue reading

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Exonerations continue to rip-off taxpayers …

Judge Approves $10 Million Wrongful Conviction Deal | New York Law Journal A federal judge has signed off on a $10 million settlement between Jabbar Collins and New York City, a pact that will award the wrongfully convicted man’s attorney … Continue reading

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Two-faced proposal for two Florida Supreme Courts

When our legislators spout nonsense, our media publishes an opposing opinion or two and then stops there, only occasionally authoring forceful editorials that reveal proposed legislation as unethical. Read a bit of Thomas Jefferson if you believe that this practice … Continue reading

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Empty evidence tubes, empty consciences

Gary Bennett is innocent, incarcerated and – after nearly 30 years – in increasing danger. Anyone wishing copies of the pdf’s referred to or the conflicted 2009 Executive Order transferring Bennett’s case can email me at wobblywarriors@gmail.com. ———————————————— From: Susan … Continue reading

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Crystal meth, justice, God and Sheriff Jack Parker

Many Floridians are boycotting Publix after learning that it is unconcerned with “atrocities” in tomato production labor practices. Others corporations had to be nudged into caring that tomato pickers hadn’t had a raise in decades, and now pay the extra … Continue reading

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